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Logitech Unveils Two New USB Headsets

Logitech unveils two new PC headsets that make PC-Internet calling, listening to music and gaming more comfortable, more enjoyable experiences. The Logitech ClearChat Pro USB headset features proprietary laser-tuned audio drivers, an audio equalizer switch and a noise-canceling microphone. The Logitech ClearChat Comfort USB headset features a padded headband and plush ear pads for exceptional comfort. Both the ClearChat Pro and the ClearChat Comfort headsets connect to the PC through the USB port, producing high-quality, digital audio independent of the quality of the computer's sound card.

For people who demand high-performance audio in addition to comfort, the versatile ClearChat Pro USB headset features proprietary laser-tuned audio drivers. In addition, the headset includes the Logitech SoundSwitch equalizer, a headset-based switch that instantly optimizes audio performance for the three most common headset activities: PC-Internet calling, music listening and gaming. The PC calling mode accentuates the human voice. For PC playlists and Internet radio, the music mode provides a well-balanced sound. And the gaming mode enhances gaming audio, increasing the level of realism.

Located conveniently on the headset, the controls for the ClearChat Pro headset give people quick access to volume and mute functions. For a more personal fit, the headset features an adjustable noise-canceling microphone with a flexible boom that easily adjusts to the desired distance from the mouth. And as an added convenience, the microphone boom emits a soft, red glow when muted so users can be confident no one else can hear them speaking.

For headset users looking for exceptional comfort, the ClearChat Comfort USB headset features a padded headband and plush ear pads. The headband and microphone are easily adjustable for each individual user. For additional convenience, the headset is equipped with in-line volume and mute controls.

Both headsets work with popular PC Internet calling applications, including Skype, Windows Live, Yahoo! and AIM.



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